Foxcub Radio

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Foxcub Radio was a downtempo radio station run by FoxMajik. At one time it hosted from one to nine listeners with an average of two per day.

Originally operated in 2008, Foxcub Radio ran part time as a personal music stream on FoxMajik's personal computer. After some time it was moved to a dedicated Pentium III computer on a home Internet connection, and then to a VMWare ESX hosted instance on a business class connection in Cupertino, California.

Foxcub Radio's programming included soothing music and occasional public service announcements regarding public awareness matters from such groups as the The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, the United States Fire Administration, the National Parks Conservation Association and the Peace Corps.

Foxcub Radio is not affiliated with nor endorsed by the babyfur named FoxCub.

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